When Levi’s Jeans Went All Trippy With Their TV Ads In The 1970s

In the 1970s in the United States, the Levi Strauss Company wanted to create a new source of buyers – the ones who might have digged the psychedelic existentialism era that came before them, but not wearing good ol’ jeans. Using Ken Nordine and Ernie Anderson as voice actors, Levi’s went all out with their then-new technology and animation to explore the possibilities of advertising.